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MATH 105L Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Linear Map, Scalar Multiplication, Row And Column Vectors

Linear Transformation 8/1/2010 1:59:00 AM If V and w are vector spaces, a function T: V W is called a linear transformation if, for all vectors u and v in V and all scala...

Mathematics
MATH 105L
Ordog
PSYCHTRY 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: American Psychological Association

If you are studying psychology in high school or college, you are going to need to read articles published in academic and professional journals at some point. You might read these articles as part of a literature review f...

Psychiatry
PSYCHTRY 205
John Smith
ECON 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Meritocracy, Loanable Funds, Tax Law
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Economics 101 Lori Leachman Part 1 Lecture Rich vs Poor Country o Poor Country Low per capita income (less than 1100 year; around two dollars a day) Low literacy rate High infant mortality Low trade GDP ratio (not open to ...

Economics
ECON 101
Lori Leachman
ECON 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Marginal Product, Loanable Funds, World Bank
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Economics 101 Lori Leachman Part 2 Lecture Solow Growth Model o Y = AK La b o Y = income = Q = output = GDP o K = capital; L = labor; a = returns to capital; b = returns to scale a + b = 1 constant returns to scale o A = t...

Economics
ECON 101
Lori Leachman
ECON 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Keynesian Economics, Corporate Tax, Deficit Spending
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Economics 101 Lori Leachman Part 10 Lecture Crowding out: when expansionary fiscal policy (increase G) causes increased deficits and higher demand for loans, increases r and i, thus decreasing Investment I. Avoid crowding ...

Economics
ECON 101
Lori Leachman
ECON 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Perfect Competition, Nominal Interest Rate, Liquidity Trap
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Economics 101 Lori Leachman Part 6 Lecture Bonds are how firms gov borrow directly from public Loanable funds market o Increase Supply Open market purchase Decrease rr (reserve requirement) Decrease in FF (federal funds r...

Economics
ECON 101
Lori Leachman
ECON 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Interest Rate, Reserve Requirement, Open Market Operation
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Economics 101 Lori Leachman Part 2 Lecture Controlling money supply for Fiat money o Federal reserve is Central bank System of banks (pyramid form) Top : ruling and policy making entities (board of gov. OM committee) Mid:...

Economics
ECON 101
Lori Leachman
ECON 101 Lecture 3: Section 3 Lecture 3
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Economics 101 Lori Leachman Part 3 Speaker Guest Speaker ELLIOT WOLF Robots in Heavy Industry EBITDA = (market price labor per unit) * (units sold) power other fixed EV = Equity Value = EBITDA * 9 o Own chosen multiple ...

Economics
ECON 101
Lori Leachman
ECON 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Coinbase, Cryptocurrency, Byzantine Fault Tolerance
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Economics 101 Lori Leachman Part 9 Speaker Guest Speaker for BITCOIN Works at coinbase o Leading place to buy sell cryptocurrency o Make money off trades Exciting o Trustless dont have to trust an intermediary o Decentral...

Economics
ECON 101
Lori Leachman
ECON 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Capital Accumulation, Disintermediation, Tax Law
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Economics 101 Lori Leachman Part 5 Lecture Excess reserves is critical for money supply Fed manipulates the excess reserves (thru rr, fed funds rate, disc rate) Regulation history: o Glass steagall act 1933 Response to st...

Economics
ECON 101
Lori Leachman
ECON 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Capital Accumulation, Income Tax, Loanable Funds
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Economics 101 Lori Leachman Part 8 Lecture Fiscal Policy o Classical arguments against Can lead to crowding out Highly distortionary Inefficient government doesnt spend most effectively Takes a while to pass fiscal policy...

Economics
ECON 101
Lori Leachman
ECON 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Seigniorage, Barter, Bitcoin
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Economics 101 Lori Leachman Part 1 Lecture History o First money developed before 2000, evolved in mesopotamian region and spread to mediterranean through trade routes o Initial money was metal ring (like spiral) Size of r...

Economics
ECON 101
Lori Leachman
ECON 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Liquidity Trap, Loanable Funds, Tax Cut
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Economics 101 Lori Leachman Part 7 Lecture Loanable funds market o Changes Supply Open market operations (OMO) OMO purchase increases S Capital inflowoutflow Capital inflow increases S o Changes Demand Business investment ...

Economics
ECON 101
Lori Leachman
ECON 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Quantitative Easing, Savings Account, Reserve Requirement
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Economics 101 Lori Leachman Part 4 Lecture Bank and Fed balance sheet o Private bank Assets Cash o Legal reserves Deposits with the fed *integrates with fed o Bank discretion with required reserves o Legal reserves Bondsas...

Economics
ECON 101
Lori Leachman
POLSCI 329S Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Red Brigades, Radicalization, Stasi

Politicsof Violence 9.29.16 Lecture Notes Radicalization Organizational approach to the study of radicalizationpolitical violence 2 opposite forces o Institutionalization (the legal Left) o Terrorism (the radical fringes) ...

Political Science
POLSCI 329S
Laia Balcells

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